by Timothy Charles Holmseth on October 7, 2016, 09:34 P.M. CST
The police department in Northglenn, Colorado has been caught deliberately trying to hide audio of a formal police interview that contains information regarding several murdered children in Colorado.
On October 3, 2016 the city of Northglenn, Colorado (partially) filled a records request submitted by Write Into Action (Timothy Charles Holmseth). The public records received by Write Into Action is missing known records; including a formal recorded police interview conducted by NGPD Sgt. Mike DiGiovanni with Curtis Kekoa, Northglenn, Colorado.
The interview contains stunning amounts of information about murdered children in Colorado. The information was so viable and valuable the Denver FBI would seek the Kekoa’s out for the information three years later.
Curtis Kekoa’s wife, Danielle Kekoa, was interviewed by Denver FBI in 2015 regarding information the Kekoa’s had about a domestic terror group based out of Denver Bible Church. The church group is led by Rev. Bob Enyart, who Danielle Kekoa described to the FBI as a satanic cult leader and serial killer.
The FBI contacted Danielle Kekoa at the behest of Planned Parenthood in November, 2015, as the feds unsuccessfully attempted to stop an upcoming attack. The attack occurred in Colorado Springs three days after the interview when Robert Lewis Dear shot and killed three people at a Planned Parenthood facility – including a police officer.
The Record’s Clerk at NGPD did not include the document Timothy Holmseth provided as an attachment to his request, which contained the list of names he was asking to be queried. Rather, the Records Clerk only included the cover sheet.
The Attachment is seen below:
|Timothy Charles Holmseth
320 17th Street N.W.
East Grand Forks, MN
In Re: Records Request
September 18, 2016
Custodian of Records
Northglenn Police Department
11701 Community Center Drive
Dear Records Clerk,
Pursuant to Colorado Open Records Law 24-72-201 et. seq. I am requesting all police reports, notes logs, ledgers, emails, faxes, body-cams, voicemails, telephone records, PSAP records, and any other document between 08/29/2011 and 08/29/2016 containing the following names be made available to me.
- Timothy Charles Holmseth
- Timothy Holmseth
- Tim Holmseth
- Curtis Kekoa
- Curtiss Kekoa
- Danielle Kekoa
- Dani Kekoa
- Karin Mortensen
- Karen Mortensen
- Karen Mortenson
- Karin Mortenson
- Robert Adolph Enyart
- Bob Enyart
- Chelsea Hoffman
- Pete Klismet
- Peter Klismet
- JonBenet Ramsey
- Jessica Ridgeway
- Dylan Redwine
Timothy Charles Holmseth
Holmseth addressed the public records issue with Northglenn’s city manager James Hayes, today.
Today I received an envelope containing public records I requested from Northglenn Police Department. The records included the NGPD cover sheet I filled out for requesting the records. On the cover sheet where it says ‘Name To Be Attached’ I wrote the words “See Attached”.
However, nowhere within the records you provided was the item I attached to show you what names to query for my request. That attachment is attached as a PDF file to this email for your review.
It is a matter of law that you include any attachment that you based your query upon, in the file. You must have received the attachment because you provided me records containing some of the requested/queried names contained in it.
This is concerning because the nature of the records that you did send me indicate you queried Curtis and Danielle Kekoa (something you could not have known without the attachment). I only received printed out police reports and calls for service logs. I received absolutely no notes, logs, ledgers, emails, faxes, body cams, voicemails, PSAP records and/or “any other document”. The attachment you worked from contained a request for all those items.
According to Colorado Open records Act:
(7) “Writings” means and includes all books, papers, maps, photographs, cards, tapes, recordings, or other documentary materials, regardless of physical form or characteristics. “Writings” includes digitally stored data, including without limitation electronic mail messages, but does not include computer software.
At this point I consider this an incomplete records request.
Timothy Charles Holmseth
The information NGPD is attempting to hide is utterly staggering and involves information the FBI would later request from Danielle Kekoa.
Write Into Action’s independent investigation has discovered several Colorado police departments appear to be taking very deliberate and strategic internal actions to cover-up for the group that is murdering these children.
KIMBERLY KAY BOWMAN
In July of 2013The Denver Post reported a Colorado woman disturbed the family of slain child Dylan Redwine.
|A Denver-area woman, Kimberly Kay Bowman, disturbed the Redwine family and friends with a Dylan Redwine page she was administering. Bowman had been associated with unsanctioned fundraising in another Colorado child disappearance, and Dylan’s family didn’t want that to happen in his case.
Prior to her Facebook involvement with the Redwine case, Bowman had been ordered by attorneys to stop collecting online funds for Jessica Ridgeway, a 10-year-old Westminster girl who was abducted and killed on her way to school last summer.
– Denver Post / July 8, 2013
The Curtis Kekoa police interview that is missing from Timothy Holmseth’s public records request shows Curtis Kekoa provided information about Bowman to multiple Colorado police departments.
For instance – contained in the vanished public record is Curtis Kekoa informing Sgt. DiGiovanni about “Kim and Scott Bowman” who the Kekoa’s personally knew from Enyart’s cult.
“Missing Jessica Ridgeway from Westminster Colorado – that Facebook page was started sixty seconds after the police released information the first time about Jessica Ridgeway,” Curtis Kekoa told Sgt. DiGiovanni.
Curtis Kekoa told Sgt. DiGiovanni web pages are set up for missing children and used to harvest information about witnesses so they can be threatened, defamed, and discredited; as well as a tool to control the public narrative.
Curtis Kekoa told Sgt. DiGiovanni that Danielle Kekoa went onto Kimberly Bowman’s webpage regarding Jessica Ridgeway and made a post that implicated Bob Enyart in the little girl’s disappearance. Danielle Kekoa’s post was immediately removed and she was blocked from the page.
“What they do is kidnap children and then they exploit them,” Curtis Kekoa reported.
Special Agent Kimberly Milka, Denver FBI, asked Danielle Kekoa questions about Kimberly Bowman. Danielle Kekoa explained to Milka how Bowman, who the Kekoa’s believed to be a friend, came to their home as an agent of Enyart and looked for things that could be distorted and reported to Child Protective Services in advance of a full-scale campaign launched against the Kekoa’s by the cult.
Evidence shows extremely disturbing conduct by City of Northglenn and the NGPD against the Kekoa family that can only be described as creepy creepy creepy cult-like activities that involves police officers.
Write Into Action continues to receive information that validates the Kekoa’s assertions regarding Bob Enyart’s connection to missing and murdered children.